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Meadow Bridge CEOS Community Outreach Service officiating. Burial followed in the News church cemetery. Friends called from 6 until 8 p.m. Sunday evening, By Shirley McGraw September 2 at Pivont Funeral A rabies clinic was held at Good Home in Hinton, and one hour prior News Outreach Mission, August to services on Monday, September 3 8th., sponsored by the Meadow at the church. Bridge Community Outreach Pallbearers were; Hershel, Service (CEOS). There was a large Christopher and Dakota Grimmett, turn out with lots of different types Michael Bennett, Matt Blankenship of animals. and ShannonAkers. Dr. Wilson and staff from Online condolences & guest Greenbrier Veterinary Hospital at register at www.pivontfuneralhome. Lewisburg donated their time. corn Thanks to the CEOS members and Arrangements by Pivont Funeral everyone that helped with the Clinic. Home, Hinton, WV. August 10th. The Meadow Bridge (CEOS) Community Outreach Service met at the Good News ALBERT WILLIAM CLAY Mission. Meetingwas called to order Albert William Clay of Burnsville, WV, passed away on Sunday, August 19, 2012 after a long illness. He was a U.S. Army Veteran having served from June, 1960 to June, 1962. He Was born October 7, 1940 in Summdrs County a son of Hiram and Ma~ E. Dwyer Clay. Albert was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Louella Clay Andrews. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Juanita Blake Clay, sisters; Daisy Ayers, Rainelle, WV; Wanda Rouse, Sandstone, WV; Bertha Clay, Sandstone, WV and Ionette Smith ofWytheville, VA. Also, surviving are eight grandchildren, four great- grandchildren, three great, great grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. One step-son, Thomas Blake, Burnsville, WV and step-daughter, Margaret A. Boyd, Winston Salem, NC also survive Albert. Funeral services were held Thursday, August 23, 2012 at Stockert-Sizemore Funeral Home, Flatwoods, WV with Rev. Delmas Singleton officiating. Burial followed in Orlando Cemetery, Orlando, WV. Friends called two hours prior to the funeral servicefrom 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Stockert- Sizemore Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. JOHN DAVID O'NEAL John David O'Neal, III, 69 of Hinton died at 10:50 p.m. Sunday August 26, 2012 at Summers Nursing & Rehabilitation Center at Hilldale following a long illness. Born September 21, 1942 in Hinton, he was the son of the late John D. O'Neal, Jr. and Margaret L. Craft O'Neal. John was a 1960 graduate of Hinton High School, lettering in football, basketball and baseball. He received a BS in Education from Concord College and a Master's in Education from West Virginia University. He was a member of the Concord College Baseball team while attending and after college was a member of the Fire-Eater's Baseball Club in Hinten. John began his teaching career in the Summers County School system, having by President, Shirley McGraw. Meeting started with the salute to the American Flag and the West Virginia flag. Devotions and prayer was led by Ms. McGraw. Reorganization of club was held with following officers for 2013. Officers: President, Pat Hayes; Vice President, Nancy Isaacs; Secretary, Janet Kincaid; Treasurer, Peggy Gwinn. Committees: Family, Nancy Isaacs; Continuing Education, Lucille Walker; Marketing and Membership, Rebecca Cyrus; Certified VoIunteer Hours, Shirley McGraw. The monthly lessons for 2013 were discussed. Reports for 2012 were filled out and sent to state. FAMILY COUNCIL MEETING The Family Council Meeting of Summers Nursing & Rehab Center is held the first Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the dining hall of the center. All families & friends of present or past residents invited. The family council is an advocate for resident rights and quality care, the family council provides a vehicle for family members and friends to voice their concerns and improve facility-wide services and conditions. Our goal is to enhance our loved ones nursing home experience by participating in the following: 1. Participate in educational activities, 2. Discuss and offer suggestions about facility policies and procedures affecting residents care, treatment, and quality of life, 3. Plan resident and r West Virginia is unveiling a plan to address the state's substance abuse epidemic. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says the state is dedicating $7.5 million for the establishment and expansion of regionally based substance abuse support services. He made the announcement last week at a drug treatment center for mothers in Beckley. Tomblin said the state needs more prevention, early intervention, treatment and recovery programs throughout West Virginia. State lawmakers set aside the $7.5 million for substance abuse earlier this year, but it was left to the governor to decide how to use the money. The Governor's Advisory Council on Substance Abuse and six regional task forces earlier this year advised funding local, regional and statewide service programs as part of a comprehensive plan to address drug abuse in West Virginia. The governor's advisory council recommended a tax increase on tobacco, liquor and lottery products to help pay for substance abuse prevention and treatment, but Tomblin rejected that recommendation. WELLNESS WORKS In January, Catholic Charities WV, Loaves and Fishes (with help from the Wal-Mart Foundation) kicked off the transformation of its food pantry to Wellness Works. Wellness Works provides information, encouragement, and nutritional food items for specific health conditions to our neighbors in need. This month our pantry is in need of food items like tuna packed in water, low sodium soup, canned fruit in juice or light syrup, and whole grain pasta. Humana hearing care discount program, Anthem BCBS hearing care discoun program & Wellpoint hearing care discount program provided by 13eltone. Most insurance plans and HMO plans welcome. taught at Sandstone, Hinton High and'Talcott schools. His coaching career ~egan as an assistant at Hinton High School, and he also served as head coach at Talcott Junior High. He then became a teacher and head football coach at Union High School in Monroe family activities, ~, Support for each ..... Your donation is distributed to other, 5.Fp~.any. q~her purpose,.~;::. ,individuals with heart disease, . .,' By working together as a group : diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood to solve problems, families dan make " pressure,etc. For information on a difference. For more information Wellness Works, volunteer please contact June Pendry 304- opportunities, etc. contact EarlDodd 445-7005. or Bridget Dignan at 304-466-2110. County. John later taught in Raleigh : ill : : : : : : County at Marsh Fork High School. ....... ......... ::: ~ A :~: A ...... .... He was a teacher's representative for the American Federation of Teacher's for several years. John was also an avid outdoorsman who loved to hunt, fish and golf. John was also a member of the Hinton High HERSHEL HAYWARD School Football Hall of Fame. He GRIMMETT was a member of Central Baptist Church in Hinton and had lived IIershel Hayward Grimmett, 63 of Sandstone, died at 11:40 a.m. most of his lifein Summers County. Thursday August 30, 2012 at his He was preceded in death by a home. ~ sister, Margaret Nichols. Born March 2, 1949 at Nellis, WV Survivors include his children, he was the son ofWanda M. Plumley John David O'Neal, IV & wife Cheryl Grimmett of Hilldale and the late ofBeckley, Angie O'Neal of Houston, EmmersonA. Grimmett. TX, Erin Tompkins & husband Mr. Grimmett was retired from Michael of Charlotte, NC, Jason CSX Transportation Corporation O'Neal of Hinton, Joni Nichols & having worked in the Maintenance husband Newton of South Department, bridges and buildings. Charleston, Jonathan O'Neal of He was a member ofRamp Holiness Grand Rapids, MI and Joshua Church at Ramp and enjoyed O'Neal of Hinton. Grandchildren; playing music. Kaitlyn, John R., Jacob, Keira and He was preceded in death by his Jada O'Neal, Haley O'Neal, Amelia father. Nichols and Emma Tompkins. Survivors include his wife, Reba Funeral services were held at 5:00 Sizemore Grimmett. Three sons, p.m. Wednesday, August 29,2012 at Caleb Grimmett at home and Pivont Funeral Home Chapel in Hershel Wayne and Christopher Hinton with Pastors Ronald Cobb Grimmett, both of Peterstown. Two and Robbie Merritt officiating. The daughters, Brittany Grimmett at family received friends from 3:00 home and Lisa Gill of Peterstown. p.m. until time of services on One brother, Larry Grimmett of Wednesday, August 29 at the funeral Judson, Two sisters, Lois Ward of home. Wayside and Linda Burdette of Online condolences & guest Hilldale. Fourteen nieces and register at www.pivontfuneralhome. nephews also survive, com Funeral services were held at 2:00 Arrangements were by Pivont p.m. Monday, September 3, 2012 at Funeral Home, Hinton, WV. Elk Knob Baptist Church, Elk Knob *** with Minister Patricia Cales Joy is not in things;it is in us. --Richard Wagner Beckley J Ghe at i Lewisburg ! Princeton Summersvilie www.newriver.edu 866-349-3739 t about your club, church group and civic organizations, bir[hs, engagements, weddings, academic honors, men and women in the armed services, sports and all co nmunity activities. 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Sept. 4, 2012 Hinton News - 3 TE By Delegate Virginia Mahan Officials say the state The Legislature that year Department of Health and Human approved a plan to put $5 million a Resources will solicit bids to yearinto a retiree health-caretrust establish and expand services in the fund, beginning in 2016, to help coming months, those employees obtain PEIA or In other news, a trust fund being other health coverage if they retire set up to help pay for retiree health- before they are eligible for Medicare. care coverage for state employees Besides the issue of whether the hired after July 1, 2010 could be trust fund will be large enough to worth $330 million with interest cover retirees, Cheatham also earnings by the time the first suggested that the fund should be retirees become eligible for it in under thestateConsolidatedPublic 2040. Retirement Board, not the PEIA Unfortunately, according to Finance Board. Public Employees Insurance Agency He said the retirement board Director Ted Cheatham, is that would have more leeway to operate should be enough to provide a the trust fundthan PEIA, and could monthly payment of about $64 per look at options such as using it as a retiree--which will be worth about health savings account for future $11 in today's dollars when adjusted retirees. for inflation. If you would like to follow the "Eventually, this fund is going to daily action of the Legislature, visit have to support 40,000 to 50,000 the 80th Legislature on the web at retirees," Cheatham told a http://www.legis.state.wv.us/. legislative interim committee last As always, I welcome and month, appreciate your input on this or any State employees hired after the other legislative issue. Please call 2010 date will not receive PEIA me at (304) 340-3102 or write to coverage when they retire, unless Delegate Virginia Mahan, Room they pay the full cost of the 206E, Building 1 State Capitol premiums. 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